Wowowow the @voyagelamag article is out and “Lost in You” comes out tomorrow and the music video for that comes out next week and I’m like what is life if not a beautiful series of ups and downs that simply wants you to ride out the lows and keep the faith so you can be bombarded with highs but always and eternally surrounded by LOVE which is what we all ARE at the core and what we should always act from and I apologize to my AP English teacher for this unedited stream of consciousness moment but I hope you’re doing well and I miss you and I miss writing papers and analyzing novels and man do I just love writing and how cool is it that my love for writing and my need for singing has brought upon some really cool times yo. Link in bio! Have a beautiful day! 😭❤️🤗 #georgiawatermusic
I wrote this song when I was 24 and listening to @danmanganmusic Nice, Nice, Very Nice a lot. That album has a lot of themes of growning up that definitely influenced my writing at the time. Seven years later and this song has more meaning to me now than it did then.
Coming to grips with growing up can be hard at times, we wonder what happened to all the wild nights and parties, did they really happen or have I just been this same person the whole time, doing the same things I was ten years ago? “Where Did The Wild Things Go?” is an admission to fear, fear of growing up, lost youth and diminished capacity for creativity. But it’s also this fear that can motive and push you further to succeed. I think the last line of the song really sums up the struggle with the human condition and our desire to be king when the wild rumpus begins.
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Isildurs Bane & Peter Hammill
A record destined to remain a milestone in a "non-genre" that increasingly becomes a popular destination for those who want to stand out from an easy classification.
This is "In Amazonia", eccentric, cosmopolitan, lyrical fresco of the multitude of colors, designed by mind and body.